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SALT RIVER HERALD.
SKMI HKEKLV EVITIOS. Vel-aetstlay January IS. 179. Kales on I'layiug Poker. 1. Don't hay but half as ninny cliips at the start as the other play ers. The espectioii is that you will win, and if you lose it is bettor that you borrow or "owe" tip. 2. Never ante up till some one tells "you to, and then say ;hat you Lave and stick to it, which will generally persuade some one else to "come in" twice. This rule, though ;ui excel lent oue, umst be followed with dis cretion. If practiced too often, it is liable to produce unpleasant feelings. - 3. Toward the end of the even ing it U always better to "owe up' your ante "for a minute" thau to "put" up, as the winner frequently forgets to charge up the debt, and none of the other players will re mind him, as they may wish to do the same thing. 4. When the credit system begins to creep in, as it generally docs about the middle of the game, you sli-iull "owe up" if possible, and bet chit fly against those who always "put up.'' This is one of the in st important rules. To win in cash and lose on credit is the great sec:et of success ful poker playing. 5. In dealing, always notice the bottom carl, which you cau easily do before the cut. Then, by notic ing how thick a cut is male, you can tell whether that card goes out. This myjielp you in the draw. . 6. Keep a Eaarp lookout on the ' discards. This may be of service if the draw is not Fatisfactory. 7. When you are '-in luck," watch your opportunity, from time to time to put some of your checks in your pocket without being seen. This will enable you to "owe" up if luck turns, and will prevent t'ae others from borrowing from you. 8. When any one wants to buy more check, and you have plenty, get him to buy of you, if possible, in preference to the bank. It ena bles yon to conceal the amount of your winuings, and besides, the bauk may not be able to pay up. 9. When you are "chipping out'' for drinks, etc., put a cigar in your pocket every once in a while. You are sure to be so much ahead of the game, and they come in very han dy, even when you don't smoke. 10. Never permit anything to make you forget for a moment that the whole object of your game is to save your own money and secure everybody else's, and let everything you do, however trifliug, tend to this desirable end. 11. When the game is over, if you are winner, deny it entirely, or fix the figure as low as possible ; if you arc loser, declare that you have lost twice aa much as you really have. This rule is never departed from. The money lost at a game of poker always foots np four times as much as the money won. .12. When it is inconvenient to avoid paying yonr poker debts en tirely, use discrimination in the mat ter. Debts to persona whom you arc not likely to meet very often you can avoid. Many players feel a delicacy about asking for a poker debt these are safe ones not to pay ha car. The New Orleans papers inform us that an important revolution in sugar making in that State is going on. The old system is giving way to what is called the central factory system. The new plan is similar to thai of making butter and cheese in the North, where the farmers of a neighborhood, instead of each making his own milk and cream into cheese and butter, take one to the central factory, and the other to a creamery, and sell them for a mark et price the result being what we call factory cheese and creamery butter, each better than that made by individual fanners, or by dairies. Advertise ! , . My success is ow jug to liberality in advertising. Robert I?onner. The road to" fortune is through printer's ink. P. T. Barnum. Success depends upon a liberal patronage of printing offices. John J. As tor. Frequent and constant advertis ing brought me all I own. A, T. Stewart. My son, deal with men who ad vertise. You will never lose by it Ben Franklin, How ean the world know a man has a good thing unless he advertis esthe po?sossiou of it. Yaudcrbilt MISCELLANEOUS. J. D. Monihan's Livciy, Feed ami Sale Stables. Washington St., be-Avecn Center ami Cortcz. Best Livery Ilorscs and ele gant vehicles at all times. Horses boarded. Hay and grain always on hand. United States irewery, One ISlock Soul It of 3Ionihons is I able. Rxturn tt-nnk to .ill for Nw Y-ars. Thank ful for ;i!t f.Tiir from the propls in thin vi riniry we lWe ! warrant m u mtinatiun ft ilirir f atmnaf-. We hnre tli.s Hay esiabtiiih'-d 11 MT.le of prires that defy mm petition, even the Kouturni 1'ni'ific Uui.road. Moiliiug but the rerr best of LAGER BEER, ALE and TORTER. will be cold from this Brew err, Onlers delivered to anr rnrt of Phentz and Ticiniiy FREE OF CHARGE. Prompt attention (riven to aniens ereived tliri'Uirb the post office. Ihin't mistake the name aud location. 3u4 piiexix g B Northwest Corner Montezuma and Jefferson Streets. Smith & Woolsey - Props. JUXl'FACTUSES EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. GRAHAM FLOUR, CRACK I WHEAT, COR.V MEAL, CHOP FF.EI, BKAX, SHORTS, El. All of which is kept con stantly on hand for sale at Lowest prices. This mill is supplied with new and improved ma chinery, and second to none for manufacturing a choice article. Liberal Price aid for Wheat. MISCELLANEOUS. Practical Plasterer. Mule Work of All Kindt. Estimates riven. Contracts taken. Leava orders a: the iikuai.ii Office. WM. J. M'OTT. W2H. 31. BRF.CKF.XRIIM.E, CIVIL EXGIXEER AND COILNTY SURVEYOR. PHEXIX, : Arizona. Orders left with the County Recorder will l rive prompt attention. Cheap Living! Board reduced to $ 7 00 per week. Single Meals - 50 cents. at the Cosmopolitan Restaurant. WM. IIOLLAXn. I. S. FITZGERALD & CO. A l MA, Arizona. Forwarding Merchants. Prompt shipments of all freight eon signed to our care. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES. 1RT GOODS. FANCY GOODS, General Merchandise, Of every Description. ZSTWe ennnot he Undersold for cath vol-2.nl PATENTS TRADEMARKS. We procure letter. Patent! on Inventions. No Attorney feet in advance in application tor Intents in the I'nited State. Special attention riven to Interference Cases before the Patent OGloa, and all legation arpertainin- to Inven. lions of patent. We also procure patents in Canada and other foreign countries. Caveatea Filed. Copyrights obtained, and all other bniioro transacted before the Patent of flee and the court which demand the services if experietced attorneys. We have had ten years experience as patent attorneys. All pat ents obtained through enr ageucv are noticed in the SclKNTIHC ltK( Ollt). Send your ad dress for specimen copy. InTentors d us description of your invention an I we will aire an opinion as to Its patentability, with full in struclioos, charging nothing for our advice. R. 8. i A. P. I.ACEV, 60s V Street, Washington. I). C. Tha Magnolia Saloon. BRIMSON k CO. Proprietors Wa weuld resnectAilly notify the public, that we have opened a Saloen in the new FRAME BUILDING on the Corner of Washington and Montezuma Streets. The Terr best quality af Wiaes, Liquors and Cigars alway on hand and sold at prices to snit tha times. Give us a call. 10-tf Cracked Wheat and Barley, T ha undersigned respectfully calls attentirn o the grist mill of Win A. Hancock now in operation in Phenix, and state that they are ptepared to execute orders in large and small quantities. Custom work chanred for at the rate of twenty At cents per hundred pounds. i'. M. SlaiiknnJ, agent. MISCELLANEOUS. BOWEN'S Yeast Powders, We the und-rgud Wholesale scorer tal. e pleasure in remarking the increased demand lor Dowen's Premium Yeast Powder, and of te tifying to the general satif;ictiu (riven by this Brand: WEI LMAX. PECK Si CO. ROOT Si SANDKKiSO. I.KIIDKX, WHIPPLE Si CO. SIKIlirS Si CO. II A AS BROS. TABER. HARKER & CO. J. M PIKE & CO. J. A. KOLGER Si CO. NEWTON. BROS. CO. W. W. DODGE 4: CO. MILI.IKIN BROS. CASTLE BROS. KRCSE 4 ECLER. JONES Si CO. M. EIIRMAN Si CO. ADAMS, Ml XE1I.L Jt CO. F. DAXERI Si CO M.C. MANGELS. TII.LMANN Si BKNDF.L. ALBKRT MAC Si CO. booth jt co. ALLEN Si LEWIS. DEI.LEPIANK St CO. THOMAS JENNINGS. S. FOSTER Si CO. B 0 W E X 11KOS. M A NI'FACTl'RERS. 10 California Street, Pan Francisco BOAVEX KXOWLES & CO. Pre.cott, Agents for Arizona. The Bradshaw Mountains IS OfR TLACE OF BUSINESS. DOX'T GO TO Prescott. For wc will sell you goods RIGHT AT TOUR CABIN DOOR -FOR- LESS MONEY ! Than you can buy at Prescott anil transport them home. VTc have depots nt Gillette, Tip-Top and Peck District. Mining Men take Notice ! And save the bother of packing. The Loss cn Time, and Actual Cash, by buying of ANDRES tit R0WE. THE SALT RIVER HERALD. FIRST-CLASS PF.MMVKEKT.Y TAPER, And U thorotiifhly idrntifiM wt'h ihe brst in lrrKftf th riiunty, ami all rliwiw of tUe p pit. tm the MlNtllt. the MKCHAMC or the MKItCII ANT. It give the latest oev, boih telegraph 10 aod othrrwiM. Evorybotly reads it. THE SALT RIVER Somi-Weckly Herald. T nuVil i i ..I ...... TV-.i 1 , r. , ..... .. ....... rlur,(nv anll HIUr.iAr i s ein-nlation is rnm al thruiiirhou: erory s'o. ........,..... .-., renaers u an excellent riium ior all Kinds of Advertising. Bniinea mm an- rrsmM-tfullr lnvil,l Ir. . f ul inspection of our advertising columns. Xo one is fu'ly posted, or up to the times. AVHO DOES NOT READ THE Semi-Weekly Herald. PllESCOTT. Two anil one-half miles south of Prescott. Having now corrph teil, anil in full operation, my new Saw Mill, I am prepared to fill or ders for Merchantable, Clear. Surfaced and Rustic Lumber Matched Flooring, Casings, Mouldings, Panelings and Shingles OF THE FINEST QUALITY In short, everything in 1113' line for the construc tion of FIRST -CLASS BUILDINGS TFIIMS: . CttMh on Delivery. All orders sent by mail, or through the merchants prompt attention. Geo. AV. Curtis. F. G. l'AUKKK. O. A. lMKKKIt. J. G. WII.ET- Clipper L u ni b IT Company TTTR CLirPF.il MILLS Ll'MIlF.R COMPANY, have estfibliphed a dcw I.l'.MBKU YAKI on the went i.U tf Granite Crrek, corner McCormink and Gnrlv trtMta, in Prescott. where the rorietor will alurtivs hare on hand all kinds of Utiihiin Lumber. Unvmsr jiut addetl Planing and Shioffle Mucliines, v are now prepared to nirD.fto Dkessed Lumber, Shingles, Etc. Etc.. Etc.. AT THE LDWEST LIVING RATES. The Mitln are ait tinted in the fln.i body of limoer in 1 a- Tapai 00111113-, ami nave SEASONED LUMBER. ALWAYS OX HAXI). I V Particular attention (ctvn to orders 'r CI.EARLU5IBKR, anil hills will W llllrd with di.ratc-h. V. ti. I'A IlKKIt. Msiwtrr. AND Lumber Yard. THE ATTENTION of every one is invited. A"c sell all kinds of lumber fo1 CASH. Wc sell all kinds of luuiVr for Barley. We sell all kinds of lumber for Flour. AVe sell all kinds of lumber cheap. 200,000 feet of lumber in town. 500,000 feet at our Mill. RememlKT TTe never refuse cahh, CLARK & ADAMS, I rescott. T. J. Morgan, GnMcy St., one door east Tost OrHoe, Prescott Arizona DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jew- I 1 C" rt .1 cny ann silverware, spectacles, Gold Pens anil Pencils, etc. Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelers. All kinds if Jetrelryand Silverware made fnira Na.ive Onld and Silver. Knirravincrs ot every detcrijttion. 8cal Presses, Ribbon Stamps. DUDLEY HOUSE, Gurley St, Frcscott, Arizona. A riEST - CLASS HOUSE ON THS EUROPEAN PLAN. L New and clean beds for lodgers and ele X!t rooms for families. IKED. WILLIAMS, Troy. JOB PIUXTiyC. ITERALD Job Office. Pamphlets, Receipt Books, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Legal Blanks, Ball Tickets. All Kind of work for Canal Companirx, Flyers, Program m rs, Circulars, "Wedding Cards, Business Cards, Labels, etc. PRINTING DONE TO ORDER, With Xeatiittt and Ditpatch. urox the Mont Reasonable Terms. AXD AT THE LOWEST CASH RATE. WEEKLY BULLETIN Contain all the San Francisco, State and C.iMt New ot the week, while it extensive correspondence and voluminous dispatches kep ite leaders advised of all important events of the world. The MERCHANT, the MIXER, the MECHANIC, and the FARMER cannot af ford to be without it. Its Financial articles, Min ing stock and Market reports are accurate, and its Agricultural Department is made an impor ant feature. Kindle subscription, $3 jer year six months 91 50. Clubs of ten or more, 10 one ad dress, will b furnished at 2 40 per cpy per y-ar, and one copy free to the rarty getting up be Club LEGAL. H II III IK O II In the Jntin- Court of l'lieuix Prrrlnot in the C'nlllitv ul ' Muriiiiiai. Trrriturr uf Aiixu'na K. P. llilmids J. f. M. W..rnr.,.r l.laiutirr aniinMI..Mitin.I.j.n. (li r,.Dlai,t. TheTtrrilory of Ariumt. Vii,u irrc-timr .ijr I.wx. a,. Mi.Uut. Vo air hi-reliy i-imiiiiioi ihI to a.i-ar l-r.ir.- me at mv i.m.re ill I'h-nix. in tl e County of Man.i.m. ..1,11,0 4,1, d.vif M:irh A. I IfJ. at 10 u'rtork. A. it. in an action broucht apuist you by said plaintiff t v,r WM1. plaint ul th above iiuim d .l:i ntitT Sa il ae ticn bnMifl,t to r.-,.v, r rw llllmlre,i an4 fortythrre and M-lit) d .llnr,. ,all (lu ,m an an oni.t or judmcut ill be t .km nr :!,. you for the , amount. toKi-ther Willi costs f thi.smt. ,f you li.il t..pH-ar amlanw.r. To tlieh,n(T or any ennntahle of raid rountv arreitiu . llukalecnlservire ,r.l ,!, return lirr.f. O vennndrrmi-lmnd this y4 . Deniber, A. D, ltTt?. ' ... , , R. P. HlI.AMK. A Justice of the Peaen rf sa d ton-nliip. -JO .Mining TVolicr. To whom it marcinoern: J. H. Dral , oranr others cU,,n:iIK intrrpt in that certain mini,,' locaiion or elaun known a the Fa vuiiitk tnia-ina- claim sitiiatcd in McMille., Mininir District Mun.-opa Connly, Ariinna. this is to m.tifv yoii V. m 1w.C","1,".n'!e wi,h P"""ii' n of Mii.ini Act of Maj. 10. Wi. and in compliance with the re. qmrnirnts of said act, work has been dona on aaid ntninar claim for one yeai past, er.ling- on the -JO of Wrmb-r, lg;s, by ,!, nn.lfr.i,rne.l. Now, therefore, if -,ihin ninety davs from tha lust publication of this notice, y..u do notcnia foriranl and pay your pr.j.r proK,rli,.n of th. roetcf sai.l trork, the undcmirned Trill claim " 3 ..Kui (liIH ana interest m and to every portion of sai.l miuiiigr!aim ,. KICHAKO O'CO.NXKI.I.. .'ic.uiiienviiie, Arizona, Oeccmbcr 7th, 1HT8. Kta Treasurer's Notice. Notice ; h.Mh. ; .v.. . .. . In i, . i. """ -"ancopa county the sum of HUc .,'.). and that bids trill be received bT llieui.ilersi1'nrl un'il 2 o'clock P. M.. Tu.sdir r eb. lid for il.. .1 ... ..t ... -,. , tll f. "i ouniy nar- .. ... ... M.rt. i-uuu oi saia coantv. nn- der and a,c.rdinir to the provision of an act of the Legislature of the Tenitury of Arizona, en titled an '-A.t to facilitate the lavment of tb. 9th 1",TJ,:,,',',i, ""'y. " approved February llids niu.l be in the form of sealed proposals and conta'n the vrnrrai.rs pn'p(tfed to be sur rendered and be marked "Sinking Fnnd." No bid ill be reeeireii f .r more than the par val neuf the warrants prorvc. to tie surrrtid-rcd FUASCIS A IIAW, Treasurer. Phenix. A. T., Jannary Pth. 1PTB. 4l st fr.MII.I.KX SILVKR M1XIX15 COMPAXV - 1-oCHIi-n ot principle pluce of business. San r nnc.sco. California. Iiration of srurks. Globe In.trict. Arizona Territory No, ice is hereby Ifiven. that at a ir.eetin)r ot the B.rd of D rrel ors. held on the 81 day of Xoveinher, 1S7S an assessment (No. 1) of ttrenty five cents per shara was levie.1 upon the capital stock if the cor imration, payable iinmediatev in I'nitrd State ?old coin, to the Secretary, lit the ofli.-e of tha Company, room 21. Safe Deposit Kuildinr Saa Francisco. Ca ifornia. Any slock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid, on the second day of January, le7:i, will be delinquent and advertised for ale, and unless paymeut is made before, will be Million Ve-luesday. the 29;h day of January, lr?j, to pay the deiitiquent assessment, ofretb. er with the cost of silverti.insr and exnsesof sale. By order of the lloa-d .,1 Directors. A C. McMF.AXS Secretary. Office- Room 24. Safe Deposit Buildinir. 8aa Francisco, Calilornia. 19:d I11STPI X EM EXT. The ,'ay of delinquency of the above assess, ment has been postponed to Monday. February 1U, ibl'J, and the day of sale to March 6 ltT7J A C. MlMEAXS, Srcretarr. Taxpayers' XOTICE! Xotire is horohv litHjUi iit Tax List of' Maricopa Coun- mi iul- uar ioio, li:is oofll ileposi tcJ Willi the District Attorney of said county, and unless the Tax-s therein specilieil are paid to the District At torncv within twenlv Hhvk fmm tlie flrttc of this notice, action will he commenced by said District Attor ney for the collection of such taxes and costs. FKAXCIS A. SHAW, 48 (it County Treasurer. January, 4th. THE ti flirting Record" A WEEKLY NEWSPATER ll"prcsentin the Mining Interests OF XORTn AMERICA Complete Tables of all Mining com panics, lxication of properties, Capital Stock, Market S'alue, Assessments, Dividends, With Valuable In formation from all the Mining sections of America. Th or ly paper financially devoted to these interests; publishing the daily tranactims ef ihe Xew York Minihe- Excliansre. Terms, (in. cludin;-- post-iffe) fr:l lcr annum. Published at CO Broad. ay. X. Y. AI.EX. KOHT.CH1.SOL.M, Proprietor. N. B Purchasers made of all kinds of min inr machinery free of Commmiesion. Herrick & Lutgerding Are now reoetrin'r a lull assorament af Iron and Steel Together with a large lot of th beat NEW JERSEY TIMBER, -. And are prepared to do a geaeral busies, la BLACKSMITIIIXG AXD REPAIR WORK. Shop at tha old stand Frank of Coss-rova west of Flour mill, where you. ean get anything; repaired. Horse and Mule Sh oeing, by the best Veteri naran in the Territory I 5 tf